CORALVILLE, Iowa (AP) — A company that helps employers manage claims for benefits is proposing a new office building in Coralville that could add more than 200 jobs there.

Sedgwick Claims Management Services and local officials announced Monday its intent to build a 40,000-square-foot office building near the University of Iowa Research Campus.

The project is contingent on the company receiving job training and economic development incentives from the city and the Iowa Economic Development Authority.

The city council will consider a forgivable loan for the project Tuesday, while the state board is expected to consider an incentives package Friday.

Sedgwick is based in Memphis but already has offices in Dubuque, Bellevue and Des Moines. The company helps manage functions like workers' compensation, disability and family medical leave benefits.